Sharing a part of article from KSAT.com.
This is more than just doing obvious things such as researching the company, dressing to impress, making eye contact and showing confidence.
“When (you) get on-site, (you) have to be courteous,” Martin said.
Martin cited an example of a hiring manager she knew who was irritated when finding out a job candidate was rude to a receptionist in the building upon arrival for an interview.
Based on that person’s interaction with the receptionist, that hiring manager didn’t feel the candidate would treat clients properly.
“It starts before the interview,” Martin said. “You may walk in a restroom and not know who that person is in there. Be kind to everyone, because you don’t know how that can influence the outcome.”